When you’re living the keto life, it can start to feel like you're surviving primarily on various types of meat and cheese. While that's not always a bad thing (ever tried meatza? If not, stop what you’re doing and make it right now), healthy fats and proteins taste a lot more satisfying when paired with a crunchy cracker. And conventional crackers aren’t exactly low-carb.

If you’re craving that crunch but avoiding all things bread-related, these keto crackers are the answer you’ve been waiting for. Most are made with only a few ingredients and are super simple to whip up in your kitchen. Get crackin'.

Let’s start with a classic—these homemade crackers will pair with anything from veggie dip to almond butter. You can easily change the flavor by switching up the spices you use in each batch. If you’re feeling extra fancy, use cookie cutters to create whatever shapes you want... bonus points if you bring 'em to a themed or holiday party.

For just the right amount of satisfying crunch, look no further than these flax seed crackers with fresh rosemary and sea salt. Their nutty flavor provides a contrast to creamy cheese or dip, and they bake to crispy perfection in less than 15 minutes. Use them as a keto kitchen staple—your snacking routine will never be the same.

There’s something about graham crackers that immediately brings to mind eating s’mores around a campfire. And while marshmallows don’t quite fit into the keto plan, you don’t have to miss out on the tradition altogether. These sweet, crunchy grahams are almost like a cross between a cracker and a cookie, making them the perfect low-carb sweet treat.

What’s not to love about a snack that tastes just like pizza? These two-ingredient crisps are made from mozzarella cheese and pepperoni, so they’re basically miniature pizza bites you can take anywhere with you. When hunger strikes, you’ll be ready—and you’ll probably want to eat the whole batch.

It doesn’t get much easier than this. These keto and vegan crackers are made with just three ingredients: almond flour, flax seed, and sea salt. They’re a breeze to make and a great option if you’re taking a break from dairy (sorry, cheddar, it’s not you, it’s us). You won’t believe there’s no butter in here.

Meet the keto-friendly version of Cheez-Its. These coconut flour-based crackers taste just like your favorite childhood snack but without the extra carbs. Sprinkle some fresh basil in the dough for added flavor and bring these to a party if you want to convince your non-keto friends that, yes, you totally still get to eat fun food.

These subtly sweet crisps are perfect with morning coffee or afternoon tea, almost like a substitute for shortbread. They’re made with low-glycemic sweetener, butter, and a mixture of almond and coconut flour. Cook them until they’re the perfect shade of golden brown, then pair them with a warm cup of caffeinated goodness.

Butter is a keto baking staple, and it gets a major moment to shine in this recipe. You can roll these crackers as thick or thin as you want—just be sure to adjust the baking time accordingly. Full of healthy fat, these have just one net g of carbs per four-cracker serving, so feel free to chow down to your heart’s content.


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